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Graphic: U.S. Drowning Rates by Age, Race

For many, the Memorial Day weekend involves getting outside and into the water. But a recent report from the CDC has found wide discrepancies in the rate of drowning among different groups of people under 30. For example, while Americans age 1-4 are most likely to drown in any setting, people age 15-24 are more likely to drown in a natural water setting (as opposed to a pool or bathtub.)

Scroll through the charts to see the trend in drowning rates among young Americans: